Police Parade Timid enemy cannot stop me from hoisting Pak Flag: Zehri


QUETTA, Sept 06 (APP): Chief Minister Balochistan, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has said that timid enemies could not stop him from hoisting Pakistan National Flag and added that Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and he wanted Balochistan police trained and equipped in accordance of modern requirements.
He said that it is pride for people of Balochistan that their police have bravely been facing challenges of terrorism and militancy. “Balochistan police have successfully tackled heinous crimes including targeted killing, kidnapping for ransom, bomb blast, terrorism and militancy,” he said.
He was addressing a ceremony held in connection with 84th Passing Out Parade of Balochistan Police held at Police Training College in the provincial capital, here on Tuesday. Provincial Ministers, Chief Secretary Balochistan, IG FC and senior officials were present.
“Army, Frontier Corps, Police and Levies Force are our forces and we standby to defeat terrorism and militancy,” he said. “Terrorists attacked me and killed my son, brother and nephew but I am not afraid of them,” he said, adding that timid enemies could not stop him from hoisting Pakistan National fag.
He said that Balochistan has been facing challenges pertaining to law and order as terrorists had been targeting and attacking our security forces and civilians. “I warn terrorists that they would be brought to justice at any cost,” he said.
He said that both federal and provincial government had been extending their full cooperation to equip Balochistan police with modern weapons and vehicles to face challenges. He announced funds for Police Training College which would be used for construction of hostel and boundary walls. He also congratulated Commandant Police Training College for successful training of police recruits.